Active labour market policies and job tenure Cockx, Bart; Van der Linden, Bruno; Karaa, Adel

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Authors
Cockx, Bart ; Van der Linden, Bruno ; Karaa, Adel
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Oxford Economic Papers
Subjects
Unemployed workers -- Training; Employment subsidies -- Analysis; Manpower policy -- Analysis
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Academic
Summary
The impact of subsidized on-the-job training, training for the unemployed and pure wage subsidies on job tenure was explored. Results indicated that each of the labor market policies increased the length of job tenure. The effect of subsidized on-the-job training schemes was found to be significantly positive. Pure wage subsidies and training programs for the unemployed had positive but statistically non-significant effect. These provide some support for human capital theories.
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167380

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